Various - Even More Songs Of Route 66: From Here To There mp3 album
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(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66" is a popular rhythm and blues standard, composed in 1946 by American songwriter Bobby Troup. The song uses a twelve-bar blues arrangement and the lyrics follow the path of . Route 66 (US 66), which traversed the western two-thirds of the . from Chicago, Illinois, to Los Angeles, California. Nat King Cole, with the King Cole Trio, first recorded the song the same year and it became a hit, appearing on Billboard magazine's R&B and pop charts.
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Route 66 was officially decommissioned in 1985. Hit The Road-Route 66. More Songs of Route 66: Roadside Attractions. Route 66 & Other Great TV Themes. Route 66 - David Williams. Route 66 - Songs From The Mother Road - The Road Crew. Songs of Route 66: All-American Highway. Trading Post & Library.
Route 66 (written by Bobby Troup). Asleep At The Wheel - from the album Wheelin’ and Dealin’ Let’s start with the king daddy of them all. This is the song that launched a thousand ships, as it were. Originally recorded by Nat King Cole in 1946, it was written by Bobby Troup during a trip west to . with his then-wife, Cynthia, reportedly after she whispered in his ear get your kicks on Route 66 It is a musical road map that achieves an almost impossible feat. They sing about the motel that is no more, the cotton gin long since shut down, the dance hall that is now only a slab of concrete. Yet somehow there is hope. The listener just keeps pressing the gas in hopes that the next town has fared better and that the memories of the one in the rear-view will live on. I Love . written by Randy Newman).
Historic Route 66, also known as the Mother Road or Main Street of America, was a US highway from 1926 to 1985. Route 66 runs through eight . states, from Chicago Illinois to Los Angeles (Santa Monica), California. Above: Wilmington, Illinois. The Gemini Giant in front of the Launching Pad restaurant. In the 60s, Route 66 became gradually lined by a multitude of gentle giants such as this, planted in front of shops, restaurants or garages to provide maximum visibility. Children cannot resist this innovative and playful marketing approach. Today, some Muffler men still dominate the road although they are becoming increasingly rare.
The history of Route 66: from its creation in 1926, through the Dust Bowl and Great Depression to its heyday in the 1940s and 50s. Its demise and resurgence. The history of Route 66 began long before there were cars, shortly after the . incorporated the southwestern territories it had won from Mexico after the 1846 -1848 War. Railroads. The fastest transport in the nineteenth century was the train; the first Transcontinental Railroad was completed in 1869 across the northern part of America.
The romance of Route 66 continues to captivate people around the world. Running between Chicago and Los Angeles, over two thousand miles all the way in the words of the popular R&B anthem, this legendary old road passes through the heart of the United States on a diagonal trip that takes in some of the country’s most archetypal roadside scenes. This signpost on Adams Street marks the start of Route 66 in Chicago.
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|1||–Emily Gimble||Be Thankful For What You Got
Backing Vocals – Tim Curry Bass – Courtney AudainGuitar – Chris Miller , PJ HerringtonLead Vocals, Piano – Emily GimbleWritten-By – William DeVaughn
|2||–Seth Walker||Travelin' Mood
Bass – Lindsay GreeneKeyboards – Stephano ItelisanoLead Vocals, Guitar – Seth Walker Saxophone – Jonathan DoyleWritten-By – James Wayne
|3||–Bruce Hughes||Rockin' Down The Highway
Arranged By [Horns] – Lindsay GreeneGuitar – Jeff PlankenhornKeyboards – Derek Morris Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Bass – Bruce HughesSaxophone – Dan TorosianTrombone – Wayne MeyersTrumpet – Jimmy ShortellWritten-By – Tom Johnston
|4||–Dale Watson||White Line Fever
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Chris Miller Bass – Lindsay GreeneElectric Guitar, Steel Guitar – David Biller*Harmony Vocals – Elizabeth McQueenLead Vocals – Dale WatsonWritten-By – Merle Haggard
|5||–Elizabeth McQueen||Little Floater
Bass, Synth – Lindsay GreeneElectric Guitar – Jason Lerma, PJ HerringtonLead Vocals, Harmony Vocals – Elizabeth McQueenPiano – Floyd DominoWritten-By – Terry Adams
|6||–Claire Small||99 Miles From L.A.
Bass – Matt EskeyElectric Guitar – Rick McRae Keyboards – Justin SherburnVocals – Claire SmallWritten-By – Albert Hammond, Hal David
|7||–Carolyn Wonderland||On The Road Again
Baritone Saxophone – Jay Reynolds Drums, Backing Vocals – Rob HooperKeyboards – Cole El-Saleh*Slide Guitar, Lead Vocals – Carolyn WonderlandWritten-By – Al Wilson , Floyd Jones
|8||–Slaid Cleaves||Pickin' California
Bass – Lindsay GreeneFiddle, Electric Guitar – Erik HokkanenHarmony Vocals – Elizabeth McQueenLead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Slaid CleavesSteel Guitar – David Biller*Written-By – Jason Eklund
|9||–Tim Curry||Hit The Road, Jack
Backing Vocals – Elizabeth McQueenBass – Lindsay GreeneGuitar – Andrew NafzigerLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Tim Curry Mandolin [electric] – Jason Roberts Organ – Dave Sanger*Piano, Electric Piano – Floyd DominoSaxophone – Jonathan DoyleWritten-By – Percy Mayfield
|10||–Jason Roberts||Truckin' Man
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Baritone Guitar – Andrew NafzigerBass – Lindsay GreeneElectric Guitar – Jason Allen Harmony Vocals – Elizabeth McQueenLead Vocals, Fiddle, Mandolin [electric] – Jason Roberts Piano – John Michael WhitbyWritten-By – Dale Watson, David Biller*
|11||–The Band Of Heathens||Willin'
Arranged By [horns] – Lindsay GreeneBass – Seth WhitneyDrums – John ChipmanHarmony Vocals, Electric Guitar – Gordi Quist*Harmony Vocals, Slide Guitar – Colin Brooks Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar [slid], Electric Guitar [slide] – Ed JurdiPiano – Seth Whitney, Trevor NealonSaxophone – Dan TorosianTrombone – Wayne MeyersTrumpet – Jimmy ShortellTuba – Will LandonWritten-By – Lowell George
|12||–Mike Barfield||Route 66
Bass – Lindsay GreeneGuitar – Andrew NafzigerLead Vocals – Mike BarfieldPiano – Emily GimbleWritten-By – Bobby Troup
|13||–Matt The Electrician||The Road
Bass – Tom PearsonCello – David Moss Drums – Jonathan Green*Slide Guitar – Scrappy Jud Newcomb*Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Matt SeverWritten-By – Danny O'Keefe
- Recorded At – Bismeaux Studios
- Recorded At – Wire Recording
- Recorded At – Abbey Trails Studio, Austin, TX
- Drums, Percussion – Dave Sanger* (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 10, 12)
- Producer, Mixed By – Dave Sanger*
- Recorded By – Dave Sanger* (tracks: 3, 9, 10, 13), Sam Seifert (tracks: 1, 4, 6 to 8, 11), Stuart Sullivan (tracks: 2, 5)